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Lessons Learned From a Low-Income Country to Address Mental Health Needs During COVID-19.

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      Mental Health in the Aftermath of the HAITI 2010 Earthquake Weeks after the earthquake, there was a mobilization of Haitian psychologists toward the implementation of a national mental health policy in the country. Keywords: 2019 coronavirus disease; Haiti 2010 earthquake; psychological first aid; war mentality; low and middle income country EN 2019 coronavirus disease Haiti 2010 earthquake psychological first aid war mentality low and middle income country 1 4 4 06/14/21 20210610 NES 210610 Introduction As of April 2021, more than 130 million Coronavirus-2019 (COVID-19) confirmed cases and 2 million deaths were reported in 223 countries, territories or regions ([1]). One year since the first case of COVID-19 has been reported in Haiti, at the end of March 2021, Haiti was among the countries with the least COVID-19 confirmed cases (<13,000) and death (<300) ([16]). [Extracted from the article]
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